Examiner corrects eatery story 

Due to an editing error, 17 establishments that serve food were misrepresented in the box accompanying the Jan. 7 story “Finding the cleanest restaurant.”

The 17 establishments were reported as having a “poor” health inspection rating from the Environmental Health Department of San Mateo County. However, each of the 17 establishments received a subsequent health inspection and an improved rating ranging from “fair” to “excellent.”

The Environmental Health Department of San Mateo County inspects roughly 3,800 food-serving facilities in the county annually. The department allows for reinspections for establishments to improve the health rating.

The Examiner’s Jan. 7 report was based on a document received by the Environmental Health Department. The Examiner’s report only included those initial ratings by the department and failed to acknowledge the follow-up inspections in which the 17 establishments improved their ratings.

The Examiner regrets the error.

Correction

The Examiner erroneously reported the following establishments as having a “poor” health inspection rating when they had received a subsequent inspection in 2009 and an improved rating ranging from “fair” to “excellent”:
 
DALY CITY  
99 Ranch Market  
 
HALF MOON BAY
China Kitchen
Lemos Farm
 
PACIFICA
Pacifica Beach Resort
 
REDWOOD CITY
Chavez Meat Market
Taqueria El Grullense
 
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
Beautifull, Inc.  
Jailhouse Deli & Liquors  
Max’s Restaurant
Mom’s Tofu
San Mateo Snacks/Tacos Ortiz  
 
SAN BRUNO
Mai Thai
 
SAN MATEO  
ABC Restaurant
New York Pizza LLC
Pacific Dining-CSM
Subway
 
SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Mission Bar & Grill

akoskey@sfexaminer.com

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